That result is below the £250m the firm announced it planned to raise at the end of July, when it said it would offer about 238 million shares at £1.05 each.
It said the proceeds would be used to invest in Better Capital Fund II, principally targeting UK and Irish turnaround opportunities.
The firm previously informed the LSE that its directors believed there to be enough investment opportunities that the Fund could be invested or committed within about two years.
It said the directors proposed to extend the investment period of Fund II by 18 months with the approval of shareholders, taking it up to 30 June 2016.
The firm said its 2009 Cell had a net asset value of £277.2m, up from £256m a year ago, and was generating total returns of 35.22 per cent.
The 2012 cell also saw an increase in NAV, which climbed to £174.7m from £166m, while total returns reached 3.75 per cent.
The 2009 and 2012 cells raised £210m and £169.9 respectively during the year.
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